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Old 01 January 2007   #1
SimCloth test animations

Time to share some tests I made with SimCloth. I invite you to do the same. Posting the setup window makes a quick reference for further use. Thanks.

I tested the tablecloth effect trying to come as close as possible to the real effect after my wife told me my test cloth was moving excessively. She showed me the real thing on a small table... Of course, as usual, she was right... I'm comming closer, some more tests to do.
http://www.rdn.qc.ca/eias/simcloth/AirDrag.mov

Here I tested a sphere with different stiffness values.
http://www.rdn.qc.ca/eias/simcloth/stiffness.mov

The same sphere with a stiffness of 100 in a staircase
http://www.rdn.qc.ca/eias/simcloth/...ss100stairs.mov

To be continued...
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Last edited by richardjoly : 01 January 2007 at 02:46 AM.
 
Old 01 January 2007   #2
Thanks for sharing the settings Rick.
 
Old 01 January 2007   #3
My pleasure Aziz. You can play with the table project if you like.
http://www.rdn.qc.ca/eias/simcloth/Rick'sTableCloth.zip
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Old 01 January 2007   #4
Thanks again, Rick :-)

A question - in the table project, was there a reason why you parented the centre post to the Simcloth plug-in? There doesn't seem to be any interaction between the tablecloth and centre post.
 
Old 01 January 2007   #5
I get "file not found" when I try to load the movies :(

I'm sure they're great though
Ian
 
Old 01 January 2007   #6
Originally Posted by AzOne: Thanks again, Rick :-)

A question - in the table project, was there a reason why you parented the centre post to the Simcloth plug-in? There doesn't seem to be any interaction between the tablecloth and centre post.


In early tests the tablecloth was hitting the centerpost and went right through it...
So, I added it as a deflector. It is not necessary with the new settings.

Ian: I'm having intermitent problems with my Server. Seems to be fix now...
Should be permanentely corrected today. (permanently..??? LOL!)
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Old 01 January 2007   #7
Thanks for sharing Rick.

Tim
 
Old 01 January 2007   #8
Richard: second and third link are the same (I don't see stairs on third)
(http://www.rdn.qc.ca/EIAS/SimCloth/Stiffness.mov)

Thanks for sharing them :-)
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Old 01 January 2007   #9
Here's the link:

http://www.rdn.qc.ca/eias/simcloth/...ss100stairs.mov

Tim
 
Old 01 January 2007   #10
Thanks Tim, I also corrected the main post.
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Old 01 January 2007   #11
A great help

Rick (or should I say Mr Joly as we've never 'messaged' before)

Not posted here before but I wanted to say thanks for posting your settings on the tablecloth project. SimCloth is very cool but I don't get the chance to muck about with stuff like this as most of my work is architectural. To be able to jump in and get such an effect is very cool - cheers!

On and of course a big thanks to the Igors for such an amazing plug-in. EI rocks.....or softs if you like.
 
Old 03 March 2007   #12
More useless tests...

A tablecloth controlled with strenght map. I let the plugin drop the cloth on the cylinder and checked the time when it hits it. I then used a strenght map and manually moved the cloth to the desired positions:
http://www.rdn.qc.ca/EIAS/SimCloth/Controlled_Cloth.mov

Setup for this test:
http://www.rdn.qc.ca/EIAS/SimCloth/...ed_SimCloth.zip

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This one is a test where I wanted to fold the tablecloth cleanly using poles... Well, forget the "cleanly"...
http://www.rdn.qc.ca/EIAS/SimCloth/Cloth_poles.mov

Setup for this test:
http://www.rdn.qc.ca/EIAS/SimCloth/...tting_poles.zip
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Last edited by richardjoly : 03 March 2007 at 12:46 PM.
 
Old 03 March 2007   #13
Hey Richard,
I really like your "folding machine", very clever.
Great tests.
 
Old 03 March 2007   #14
Thanks Dave. Here is the heavy duty model...
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Old 03 March 2007   #15
Brilliant Richard! Definitely one for the EI website gallery.
 
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